Save on Disney World Tickets With New Undercover Tourist Amex Offer

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Everyone I know who goes to Disney World wants to learn how to save a few dollars along the way since Disney is a pricey trip pretty much no matter what you do. Thankfully, saving a few dollars on Disney World tickets is pretty easy thanks to Undercover Tourist and their discounted park tickets. On top of that, American Express has been putting out an Amex Offer to add to those savings a couple of times a year, and now an opportunity to save on Disney World and other tickets available through Undercover Tourist has returned through the holiday season.

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Amex Offer for $20 Statement Credit on $100+ at UnderCover Tourist

Several of my Amex cards such as The Amex EveryDay® Credit Card and Blue Cash Everyday® Cards are currently offering a $20 statement credit on $100+ in one or more transactions online at by 1/1/2018. This won’t be on every Amex card account, but it makes sense to log-in and check yours to see what you have available. Remember you need to have the offer pulled up and ready to load on each card in a different window before adding it to any card. Otherwise, you will only be able to add it to one Amex card.

In addition to offering Disney World tickets, Undercover Tourist also offers Legoland, Universal Orlando, Epic Passes, and more!

I have used UnderCover Tourist for our Disney tickets many times in the past and have found that their multi-day tickets are pretty much always cheaper than buying directly from Disney and their one-day tickets are cheaper when you factor in the Amex Offer and buy each one individually with each Amex card. For example, an adult Regular Season one-day Magic Kingdom ticket directly from Disney comes to $122.48 all-in. If you purchase it from UnderCover Tourist it normally comes to $126.81, but if you purchase that ticket with an Amex card with the $20 Amex statement credit offer loaded then your out-of-pocket cost comes to $106.81.

You can select e-ticket delivery so that you get the Disney tickets delivered to your inbox within minutes. This means you can almost immediately link the ticket numbers to your Disney account and start loading FastPasses once you are within 60 days of your trip if you are staying at a Disney Resort, or within 30 days of your trip if you are not staying in a Disney Resort.

Whether you are buying a Disney ticket for 2018 or are squeezing in a trip to Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party in the next week or so, this is a great opportunity to buy Disney tickets online and save a little money in the process if you have the new UnderCover Tourist Amex Offer at your disposal.

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I’d love to know how you plan to use this round of UnderCover Tourist Amex Offers!

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  1. […] Save on Disney World Tickets:  Many folks are involved in this hobby because they want to save on family travel.  If you have kids, no doubt a bucket list destination is Disney World.  It can be pricey to go to the Happiest Place on Earth, but there are some tricks to trim the prices.  Check your Amex Offers for a way to save on your tickets. […]


  1. Anybody have any experience doing this for tickets and staying at Swan or Dolphin on SPG points? I am wondering if there is a way to get the early fast pass reservations for staying at a WDW property without buying a “package?”

  2. Hi Summer – First off, I enjoy learning about how to travel on points as a family from your blog. With 4 kids, my wife and I are always looking for ways to save on family vacations.

    We are planning a trip to WDW in June. I picked up the Barclaycard Arrival Plus to help offset the cost of tickets, but think that this offer may help us save a little more. My wife and I both have this offer on her Premier Rewards Gold card, but sadly not on her SPG.

    We plan on buying 4-Day Magic Your Way tickets (no hoppers). I assume I can pick up the tickets one or two at a time and once they are linked to my account, there would be no difference versus buying them all together. Am I thinking this through correctly?

    Thanks again!

    • Not Summer, but jumping in on your question. Yes, you can purchase the tickets one at a time and link them to your My Disney Experience account as you buy them. Just make sure you have them all purchased and linked prior to 60 days before your check in date so you can take advantage of the 60-day FP+ booking window for on site guests.

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